For his part, UNC Police Chief Derek Poarch said there are no changes planned for alcohol enforcement."There's been no change," Poarch said. "We intend to enforce the University's alcohol policy just as we have in the past." Letters sent with season tickets implored fans to "tailgate responsibly." One of Carolina's most popular mike men, Greg Lunsford ' 83, has been recruited to revive that tradition, which ended after the 1996 season because the incumbent offended some fans with lewd and profane remarks. Lunsford plans to help recruit and train a new mike man from the student body, and he'll likely handle all or some of the mike man's duties at Carolina's first home game, Sept. 15 against SMU. A video board is coming, athletics department officials say, but not for one more year. Athletics Director Dick Bad- dour ' 66 is working with a long-range planning committee on the future of
Kenan Stadium, and he's delayed the pur-
chase of a video board until the future of
the old field house is determined and the
long-term configuration of the stadium is
ON NEW ADVISING
The academic advising system received a much-needed overhaul in the past two years, and srudents
seem to be happy with the changes.
The latest surveys conducted in
November 2000 and April 2001 by the
Office of Instirutional Research show that
80 percent offreshmen and 75 percent of
sophomores are satisfied with the current
advising system. Those numbers are up
from the 49. 4 percent of sophomores and
50.7 percent ofseniors who approved of
me advising services in spring 2000. In a
1996 survey by the UNC System Board
of Governors, Carolina ranked last in
undergraduate advising among the 16
UNC System campuses, with 47 percent
of graduating seniors expressing satisfac-
tion with their advising experience.
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